A family has been protesting outside a funeral home in Toledo, Ohio, after they were told a parttime employee sexually assaulted their loved one's corpse. They want the place shut down. Brenda Shular-Cameron pictured , a year-old Chrysler employee, who loved horseback riding, camping and anything outdoors, died of multiple organ failure at a hospice in Northwest Ohio earlier this month, reports The Toledo Blade. She was taken to the H. Birkenkamp Funeral Home , which has been caring for the deceased for over years. She told them their mother's body had been "mistreated," Nail told The Blade , and that another employee had witnessed his coworker Lawrence Clement "fondling" the corpse.
Ohioan sentenced to 3 more years for corpse abuse - um78.info
A judge on Tuesday sentenced year-old Kenneth Douglas to three years in prison. Douglas pleaded guilty in October to two counts of gross abuse of a corpse for violating the bodies of two female homicide victims. The sentence is to run after a three-year prison sentence Douglas is serving for having sex with the body of a female murder victim. Douglas was a night attendant at the Hamilton County morgue in Cincinnati for 16 years ending in Prosecutors say the indictments were based on DNA testing. Local Search Site Search. Home Delivery.
TOLEDO, Ohio — The owner of a funeral home where several bodies intended for cremation were found in a state of decay was charged Wednesday with abuse of a corpse. The two-count indictment said that Robert Tate Jr. The charge against him is a felony. Tate already has had his license suspended by a state board that oversees funeral homes and has been sued by the family of a man whose body was among those in the funeral home. Authorities removed the bodies of 10 adults and a premature infant from Tate Funeral Services in late May after receiving a complaint about the business.
The following questions and answers were supplied by Capt. What are the violations for which your officers most commonly write tickets during deer season? The three most common violations officers issue tickets for are failing to wear a back tag, failing to complete the carcass tag and lastly, trespassing upon private lands. However I note that probably the most prevalent violation is that only about 40 percent of hunters report their deer take by calling the GAMERPT number within 7 days of the taking as required by law.